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Many people living with debilitating back pain are led to believe that annular tear surgery is an effective way to treat annular tears. Considering the
When discussing the problems or complications involved in spinal disc surgery, most people probably don’t consider wrong-site surgery. Unfortunately, this isn’t uncommon and recently took
Spine surgery has become more and more common in the United States. However, clinical trials and studies have shown that surgeries don’t provide significantly better
Your spine is forced to endure plenty of wear and tear on a daily basis, caused by bending, compression, and twisting. This is why lower back pain is so common. The worst part is that back pain can be very debilitating and very difficult to treat. Unfortunately, your profession may be putting you at an increased risk of lower back pain, even if you don’t currently live with it.
If you’ve been living with back pain, you’ve likely come across terms like “pinched nerve”, “bulging disc”, and “slipped disc”. These terms are often used interchangeably in reference to herniated discs and bulging discs, and even “herniated” and “bulging” are commonly used interchangeably. While these are all terms that are used to describe spinal disc issues and spine pain, they mean different things, and there’s a difference between bulging and herniated discs. But how can you tell what this difference is?
Your spinal discs are strong and able to provide your spine with flexibility and strength, but they can develop annular tears, which can lead to spine issues. Knowing what the most common signs of annular tears are may help you get a correct diagnosis and appropriate treatment as soon as possible.